Category Archives: Organization

All posts that deal with organizational details, AGM’s, bylaw changes, recruitment, etc.

Way Markings Celebration on Trail between Parksville and Qualicum Beach.

The Oceanside Cycling Coalition is pleased to join the RDN, City of Parksvillle, Town of Qualicum Beach and Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure in celebrating the way marking of the Parksville-Qualicum Beach Links. The P-QB Links is the way for pedestrians, cyclists and other wheelers to move back and forth between City and Town through [...]

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BCCC’s Annual Conference and AGM

It is my pleasure to be able to invite you to the BCCC’s first Annual Conference to be held in conjunction with our Annual General Meeting (AGM). By its very nature, ours is a movement in constant motion. The Annual Conference provides an opportunity to come together, reflect on our accomplishments, and take a bold step forward for [...]

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BCCC Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Please join us for our Annual General Meeting. 12:30-2:00pm Sunday, October 21 Accent Inns Victoria 3233 Maple St Victoria, BC If you are interested in joining our board of directors, there is more information here.Our First Annual Conference will be held before the AGM all day Saturday and Sunday morning. Please join us setting organizational [...]

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Call for Directors – Help Move Cycling Forward in BC

The British Columbia Cycling Coalition (BCCC) is seeking individuals to stand for nomination to our board of directors at the Annual General Meeting on October 21, 2012. With the provincial election next year, this is an exciting time to be involved in cycling. With your help, the BCCC will be able to leverage this great opportunity [...]

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A Great AGM on Saltspring

A great AGM and weekend on Saltspring. Thanks to John Rowlandson, new president Brenda Guiled and all the members of Island Pathways for being such fantastic hosts. Photo – J. Rowlandson Welcome to all the new directors Rob Bernhardt, Kevin Chan, Rand Chatterjee, Arne Elias, David Hay, Richard Littlemore, Joshua Prowse, Sam Stephens, Ken Wuschke and welcome [...]

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European Cyclists’ Federation Secretary-General to Attend BCCC AGM

We are excited to announce that European Cyclists’ Federation Secretary General Dr. Bernhard Ensink will be attending the BCCC Cycling Coalition AGM. The AGM is on Sunday, December 11, 2011 from Noon to 3:00 pm at Fulford Hall, 2591 Fulford Ganges Road, Saltspring Island. Dr. Ensink will be also addressing the Island Pathways‘ AGM, 7:00 pm Saturday, December 10 [...]

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Call for Directors – Help Us Move Cycling Forward in BC

The British Columbia Cycling Coalition (BCCC) is seeking individuals to stand for nomination to our board of directors at the Annual General Meeting on December 11, 2011. With Velo-city Global, the world’s premier cycling conference coming to BC in June 2012, this is an exciting time to be involved in cycling. With your help, the [...]

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BCCC Annual General Meeting – Dec. 11

The British Columbia Cycling Coalition 2011 Annual General Meeting is coming up soon. Please join us. Date: Sunday, December 11, 2011 Time: Noon to 3:00 pm Location: Fulford Hall, 2591 Fulford Ganges Road, Saltspring Island The business meeting including the election of new directors will be noon to 1:30 PM. Please consider  helping move cycling [...]

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A Successful Meeting in Parksville

A great meeting on a rainy day. The torrential downpour just before the event ensured that many had soggy feet. The BCCC Moving Cycling Forward forum in Parksville attracted 30 cyclists from all around Vancouver Island. The new Oceanside Cycling Coalition is off to a great start lead by Jim Swanson. It was good to [...]

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Call for Directors

The British Columbia Cycling Coalition (BCCC) is seeking enthusiastic individuals who are passionate about cycling to stand for nomination as candidates for our board of directors at the Annual General Meeting on December 4, 2010. We encourage people from all around the province to consider this opportunity to help improve cycling in the province and [...]

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